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### Math. 302-03, Fall, 2014 Hints for the Exams

**Instructor: R.
Baker Kearfott, **Department
of
Mathematics, University of
Louisiana at Lafayette

**Office hours and
telephone, Email: rbk@louisiana.edu.**
__This page will change throughout the semester__.

/ The First Exam
/ The Second Exam / The
Third
Exam / The Fourth Exam / The
Fifth Exam / The
Sixth Exam / The Seventh Exam /
The Final Exam /
Note: Previously given exams are available below in
Postscript and PDF formats.

**The First Exam:**

PDF
copy
of the first exam

first
exam
answers (PDF)

**The Second Exam:**

PDF
copy
of the second exam

second
exam answers (PDF)

**The Third Exam:**

PDF
copy
of the third exam

third
exam answers (PDF)

**The Fourth Exam**

PDF
copy
of the fourth exam

fourth
exam answers (PDF)

PDF
copy
of the fifth exam

fifth
exam answers (PDF)

PDF
copy
of the sixth exam

sixth
exam answers (PDF)

PDF
copy
of the seventh exam

seventh
exam answers (PDF)

**The Final Exam**

PDF
copy
of the final exam

final
exam answers (PDF)

The final exam will be Monday, December 8, 2014 from 2:00PM to 4:30PM in our
usual room (MDD 207). No-one will be excused from the final exam, and
the final exam will count as 25% of the grade. However, under no
circumstances will I award more than one letter grade lower than the grade
excluding the final exam, and, if you make above 90% on the final exam, I
will award an "A" in the course.

Furthermore, I will not count off for late homework, so if you haven't
finished certain homework assignments, you may do so now without
penalty. (Recall that homework counts 25% of your grade.)

The exam will have problems as follows:

- A word problem involving optimization (from section 15.2 of the
text).
- A problem involving evaluating a double integral by reversing the
order of integration.
- A problem involving setting up and evaluating a triple integral using
rectangular, cylindrical, or spherical coordinates.
- Writing down parametric equations for a curve, given a description of
the curve and its orientation.
- Computing the time at which a particle hits a surface, and computing
the speed at which it hits.
- Computing the flux through a surface (possibly using the divergence
theorem).
- Computing the circulation of a vector field around a closed curve
(possibly using Stokes' theorem).